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Audition

The process by which a person or company decides to purchase advertisements for a radio or television program. An audition involves listening to or watching the program (or an early version of it) and weighing its target demographics and other variables against the product the company is trying to sell.
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The college music audition season generally takes place from January through March.
Audition dates: Jan 17 (San Francisco, CA), Jan 24 (Houston, TX), Jan 31 (Chicago, IL), Feb 7 & Mar 20 (Atlanta, GA), Feb 20 (New York, NY), Feb 28 (Miami, FL)
will hold auditions for Julia Cho's play, "The Language Archive," at 1:30 p.
Organisers said the mobile auditions allow budding artists to try out in towns and cities which the main arena auditions tour - which normally comes to Liverpool - does not reach.
His mum Sue, also mum to Tom, 23, said: "Joe has just really taken to the saxophone -it was his idea to audition and he applied for Britain's Got Talent himself.
5 -- color) Dancers Heather Moody, left, and Amelie McKendry exchange phone numbers after auditions for Don Arden's Jubilee
The auditions take place this Saturday, at the Gate Arts Theatre, Keppoch Street, Roath, Cardiff.
Audition dates: Mar 4 (Los Angeles, CA), Mar 18 (New York, NY)
SM Entertainment, Korea's biggest entertainment agency, said Thursday it will hold global auditions in a search for new stars.
To arrange an audition time, contact the Eugene Concert Choir at 541-687-6865 or choir@AaAeAeA eugeneconcertchoir.
However, St Helens singer Kiera Weathers was one of the region's budding stars and went on to win a place in the ITV programme's live shows following her audition.
Audition recommendations specific to television/movie roles, plays, and musical theater roles are all discussed.